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A New Model of Healthcare is Unveiled, Offering Seniors Control, Independence and Dignity as They Age
Date:10/5/2011

he combination of state of the art technology and a responsive national care network will make Virtual Health a valuable addition to the marketplace."

Virtual Health has partnered with best-in-class technology and health service providers to shape an offering that takes into account the needs of both the healthcare provider and the individual.  As part of its service roll out, Virtual Health has selected the FDA-cleared Intel-GE Care Innovations™ Guide platform as a tool which enables providers to remotely monitor patient vital signs, such as blood pressure, weight, and glucose, and engage the patient using video-conferencing technology. SeniorBridge, a leading provider of elder care at home provides care coordination and home health services, is partnering with Virtual Health to offer a co-branded service starting in New York.  In addition, as part of its holistic approach to care, Virtual Health announces partnership agreements with Dinewise, a leading provider of prepared meals, and Life Care Funding Group, who assists people in need of funds to cover the costs of senior care.

"My independence is important to me so I was eager to be part of an early market trial for the Virtual Health system when my daughter, a SeniorBridge employee, approached me with the opportunity.  As soon as I began using the Virtual Health system, a care manager noticed a spike in my blood pressure and suggested I contact my primary care physician," said Selma Farrago, a patient involved in the New York market trial. "My doctor told me that we averted a potential health crisis by catching that early. Having the system in my home not only helps me to better understand my condition, but also reminds me to maintain a lifestyle that benefits my health."

To learn more about Virtual Health, please visit www.virtualhealth.com.

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